Bike Workshop Tutor at Aylesbury Young Offenders Institution\r\n\r\nFull Time (37.5 hours per week)\r\n\u00a324,875 - \u00a329,200\r\n\r\nHer Majesty\u2019s Young Offender Institution (HMYOI) Aylesbury holds male Young Offenders aged between 18 and 21. The overwhelming majority are serving sentences from four years to life imprisonment. Working with 18 to 21-year-olds in custody is tough. They can be impulsive, in your face and test boundaries at every level. But you can make a real difference. You will be supporting young people who may have committed serious crimes, grown up in difficult settings or have mental health concerns. You will offer them the chance to make a fresh start.\r\n\r\nThis is an exciting opportunity to join Life Cycle UK\u2019s prison-based cycle maintenance training and refurbishment project. Our projects have won multiple awards, including the Prison Reform Trust\u2019s Robin Corbett Award for Prisoner Rehabilitation. Life Cycle has been working in and with prisons for over 10 years.\r\n\r\nWe are now embarking on an exciting new partnership with HMYOI Aylesbury. You will work in collaboration with a Specialist Prison Instructor employed by HMYOI Aylesbury to teach young offenders Cycle Mechanics to City & Guilds accredited standards, supervise them refurbishing bicycles for the community and support the young offenders\u2019 overall learning and development.\r\n\r\nAll young offenders within the bike workshop will have the opportunity to work towards City & Guilds Level 1 qualification. \u00a0Those that are able will have an opportunity to progress to City & Guilds Level 2. Class sizes are small, with 6-8 learners.\r\n\r\nLife Cycle is committed to the highest professional standards. All learners will have access to a full professional bike mechanic tool kit with a full complement of pro-bike tools. \u00a0They will learn everything from puncture repair through to frame prep and wheel building. \u00a0We will be using the latest Rozone parts washer to assist in the bike refurbishment element of the project. All refurbished bikes must be safe and roadworthy as they will be used by members of the public.\r\n\r\nFor more information, click here.\r\n\r\nFor an informal chat about this role email email@example.com\u00a0or\firstname.lastname@example.org.\u00a0Please include a contact number\u00a0and one of them will call you back.\r\n\r\nHow to apply:\r\n\r\nTo help ensure our commitment to a diverse and inclusive workforce\u00a0please remove all identifying personal information from your CV and Covering Statement\u00a0including name, address, date of birth, dates of education etc.\r\n\r\nPlease email\email@example.com\u00a0with:\r\n\r\n \tA copy of your CV (please remove all identifying personal information including name, address, date of birth, dates of education etc.).\r\n \tA Covering Statement (max 2 sides of A4) explaining why you\u2019re a great fit for this role (please remove all identifying personal information including name, address, date of birth, dates of education etc.).\r\n \tAttach these document to a short covering email that includes: Your name, a\u00a0contact phone number and details of two\u00a0referees (references will only be taken once your permission has been granted).\r\n \tFill out our anonymous equalities monitoring survey.\r\n\r\nThis email will not be shared with the staff doing the shortlisting. This will be done anonymously.\r\n\r\nDeadline: Monday 14th Sept 2020 by 10 am.